Safeguarding Journalists and the Continuing Responsibility to Report
For more than 30 years, Colombia has been classified as one of the most dangerous countries for journalists in the world. In 35 years, 142 journalists were killed, largely as a consequence of the drugs trade and accompanying corruption. Alongside the murders there were hundreds of documented cases of threats, attacks, kidnapping and forced displacement.
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